Food & Drink in East New York

40% Off German Cuisine at Manor Oktoberfest

Manor Oktoberfest

Forest Hills

$25 $15


Dig into traditional German eats including wiener schnitzel, soft pretzels, and a variety of classic wursts

Up to 50% Off at Melba's



$40 $20


The chef Bobby Flay dubbed "queen bee" of chicken and waffles serves upscale comfort food at her elegant Harlem eatery

Up to 50% Off French Cuisine at A.O.C. L'aile ou la Cuisse

A.O.C. L'aile ou la Cuisse

West Village

$70 $35

French chef prepares his family's recipes for dishes such as duck-leg confit, wild-mushroom risotto, and croque monseiur

The Round Table at the Algonquin Hotel – 50% Off

The Round Table at the Algonquin Hotel

Midtown Center

$60 $30


Upscale American cuisine such as crab cakes, steak, and grilled portobellos in the storied dining room of the oldest hotel in New York

40% Off American Deli Food at Archie & Sons

Archie & Sons

East Village

$25 $15


American deli food such as grilled cheese, veggie tuna salad, sandwiches, homemade soups, and breakfast food such as omelets served all day

50% Off Healthy Comfort Food at Pick and Eat

Pick and Eat

Washington Heights

$10 $5


Healthy comfort food served quickly and made from high-quality ingredients

Up to 63% Off Latin-Inspired Meal at Cafe Nunez

Cafe Nunez

Garment District

$92 $39

Groups of two or four munch on two courses of Latin-inspired food and sip on house drinks or optional hookah in choice of six flavors

Up to 60% Off Brunch and Drinks for Two or Four

Village Lantern

Greenwich Village

$48 $19.50


French toast and eggs benedict headline brunch at a laid-back neighborhood eatery that also serves bottomless mimosas and bloody marys

50% Off at Goodfella's Brick Oven Pizza

Goodfella's Brick Oven Pizza

Gramercy Park

$40 $20


Hand-tossed semolina dough slathered in housemade sauce and topped with fresh mozzarella before wood firing in a brick oven

Up to 34% Off Big Game or Party Package at Schnitzel Express

Schnitzel Express


$165 $109


All-kosher restaurant serves delectable heros, wings and chicken fingers, and coleslaw, plus array of salads with housemade dressing

50% Off Tapas at Casa Humo Latin Room

Casa Humo Latin Room

Lower East Side

$40 $20

Latin-american tapas, and an diverse wine list, sangrias, and infused cocktails

Up to 50% Off at Bantam Bagels

Bantam Bagels

New York

$20 $12


Bite-sized bagel balls come stuffed with artisan cream cheeses and butter

50% Off Sports Bar Food at Bottomzup


Kips Bay

$20 $10

Sports Illustrated-praised bar serves wings, ribs, and traditional tailgating food inspired by regional game-day traditions

Up to 57% Off Brunch at Meemo Tapas Sport

Meemo Tapas Sport

New York

$63.90 $29


Chef trained in Spain creates brunch dishes such as eggs benedict with smoked salmon, apple crepes, and pulled-pork hash with eggs

38% Off Italian Cuisine at Radicchio Pasta & Risotto

Radicchio Pasta & Risotto

Midtown East

$40 $25


Cozy, rustic Italian eatery filled with homemade pasta, NY strip steak, grilled branzino and rich pesto sauces

38% Off Italian Cuisine at Tello's Ristorante

Tello's Ristorante


$65 $40


15-year-old Old-Country restaurant named after its head chef serves Italian classics, including imported meats and its signature braciole

30% Off Lunchtime Dining at Haven Rooftop

Haven Rooftop

Theater District - Times Square

$40 $28


Relax on a soft couch amid the open breeze as dishes fill your table, like the signature chicken and pan-seared salmon

Up to 50% Off Colombian Dinner at Dulce Vida Cafe & Restaurant

Dulce Vida Cafe & Restaurant

New York

$70 $35


Colombian dishes such as arroz con pollo and bandeja paisa—flank steak topped with a fried egg—served with a bottle of house wine

Up to 59% Off Burgers at Dag's Patio Café

Dag’s Patio Café

Midtown Center

$35 $15

At this bustling café near Dag Hammarskjold Park, diners chow down on burgers made from Pat LaFrieda meat

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If you wanted a McDonald's burger in the spring of 1955, you needed to travel to Des Plaines, Illinois, and find the burger joint with the golden arches on the outside. Today, however, those arches mark more than 34,000 locations in 118 countries. Equally ubiquitous are the items on the restaurant's menu, which include the Chicken McNugget, the Happy Meal, the Egg McMuffin, and the Big Mac. In recent years, the restaurant has introduced healthier eats, such as its Premium Salads and Premium McWraps.

As it serves customers across the world, McDonald's continues to focus on local communities, whether it's through the company's Ronald McDonald House Charities or its quest for sustainability.

556 Fashion Ave
New York,

Patties of grass-fed beef, wild boar, and free-range chicken fill brioche buns at Bareburger, which eschews the added hormones commonly found in burger meat for locally sourced, all-natural ingredients. Fries cooked in 100% peanut oil complement bites of the Jalapeño Express burger's pepper jack cheese and chipotle ketchup or the Mediterranean's cool spread of cucumber-mint yogurt. Though Bareburger sources its meat and produce from sustainable farmers, its food isn’t the only reflection of its eco-conscious values: Trees felled in storms end up as hardwood tables in the dining room, whose tin-siding ceilings have been reclaimed from barns deconstructed during philosophers' countryside lectures.

7149 Austin St
Forest Hills,

Baluchi's chefs sweep regional and classic Indian cuisines into a comprehensive menu of hearty meat, seafood, and vegetarian dishes. At the heart of the kitchen, a traditional tandoor oven works overtime to bake entrees, such as a whole red snapper or lamb chops, and fresh naan and paratha breads. Meanwhile, chefs simmer seafood curries in creamy coconut milk and top off feasts with scoops of housemade ice cream flavored with mango or pistachio. Though Baluchi's offers delivery, patrons who appear at the eatery treat their senses to a feast: clusters of colorful baubles cast light on shiny hardwood benches and a bar, backdropped by vibrant paintings.

113-30 Queens Boulevard

At Cocina Latina, executive chef and owner Chris Dreams brings together culinary specialties from the world's Latin countries. He pays homage to traditional Spanish cooking with arroz con pollo, a dish that gains its flavor from a secret sofrito sauce known only by the chef and his spoon. To showcase the popular dishes of Central and South America, Dreams prepares fresh salmon ceviche, meat-stuffed empanadas, and Cuban-style mini burgers. Dreams' primarily old-world menu complements the dining room's rustic ambiance. Darkly stained wooden tables line up along sandstone-colored walls that reach to high ceilings with dimly lit chandeliers.

12522 Queens Blvd
Kew Gardens,

No matter what the calendar reads, it’s always October in spirit at Manor Oktoberfest, a German-style eatery that channels Munich’s lively fest of the same name. Owner Mark Gallagher serves Bavarian fare that ranges from traditional appetizers—including smoked black forest bacon and pierogies—to hearty entrees such as a variety of wursts and Hungarian schnitzel. It wouldn’t be Oktoberfest without a lot of beer, and the restaurant carries more than 30 varieties. Draught beers, including Hofbrau Original and Franziskaner Weissbier, come in half-liter or one-liter mugs, or in a two-liter boot if you’ve also lost one shoe.

8028 Cooper Ave

Using strictly kosher ingredients, Burgers Plus's patty perfectionists form perfect circles of beef and lamb before tossing each to sizzle on the grill alongside slabs of chicken and portobello mushrooms. As pillowy buns crown each burger, an array of internationally inspired schnitzel recipes nestle into their own bread bundles. Meanwhile, a host of sauces such as garlic mayo, sweet chili, and thousand island add a burst of flavor to each sizzling morsel. The burger haven keeps its doors open until midnight, letting beef buffs sate cravings at any hour without joining the Hamburglar's nefarious patty cartel.

147-41 Union Turnpike
New York,

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